Rules On Food And Veterinary Service Charge Provided Services Price List

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par Pārtikas un veterinārā dienesta sniegto maksas pakalpojumu cenrādi

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 62 in Riga in 2006 (17 January. 3. § 39) the provisions of the food and veterinary service charge provided services price list Issued in accordance with the law on budget and financial management of the ninth article 5 part 1. determines the food and veterinary service charges provided in the price list. 2. food and veterinary service providing paid services in accordance with the price list (annex). Prime Minister a. Halloween Minister of Agriculture m. Roze attachment Cabinet of 17 January 2006, Regulation No 62 food and veterinary service supplied charge service price-no Fee service PO box way Izcen you (Ls) SALES TAX ($) price with VAT (Ls) i. Laboratory Services 1. Sampling for laboratory studies (excluding transport costs): 1.1 water sample from water supply systems the washings 0.30 0.05 0.35 1.2. bacteriological sampling investigation 0.50 0.09 0.59 1.3. bee brood sampling (from each hive) 0.40 0.07 0.47 1.4. tissue sampling: 1.4.1 from large animals (such as horses, cattle) from a medium sized 2.10 0.38 2.48 1.4.2. animals (such as sheep, goats, pigs, dogs) 1.30 0.23 1.53 1.4.3. from small animals (for example, rabbits, fur animals, nutria, cats, dogs, piglets) 1.4.4 of the birds: 0.70 0.13 0.83 1.4.4.1.1-5 copies of 0.70 0.13 0.83 1.4.4.2. If more than five copies-for each next 0.05 0.01 0.06 1.4.5. aquaculture animals from 0.25 0.05 0.30 1.5. overall sampling 5.28 0.95 6.23 2. Carcases of pathological sections histologically, histoķīmisk and other studies: 2.1. large animals (horses, cattle, deer, elk) section: 2.1.1. full pathological section 2.1.2. partial 30.00 5.40 35.40 pathological section 15.00 2.70 17.70 2.2. medium-sized animals (such as sheep, goats, pigs, dogs, jaundzīvniek): section 2.2.1. full pathological section 2.2.2. partial 10.00 1.80 11.80 pathological section 5.00 0.90 5.90 2.3. small animals (such as rabbits, nutria fur animals, the , cats, dogs, piglets) section: 2.3.1. full pathological section 2.3.2. partial 6.00 1.08 7.08 pathological section 2.4.3.00 0.54 3.54 hen, duck, goose, Turkey, Guinea pig section: 2.4.1. up to five copies of each next 2.00 0.36 2.36 2.4.2 copy 0.35 0.06 0.41 2.5. small birds and small animals (chickens, ornamental birds, mice, rats) section: 2.5.1. up to 10 copies of 1.00 0.18 1.18 2.5.2. for every next copy 0.15 0.03 0.18 2.6. Court of veterinary inspection organs of 47.75 8.60 56.35 2.7. the tissue sample, histological examination of organs, tissues 25.00 4.50 29.50 2.8 sample imūnhistoķīmisk investigation 18.84 3.39 22.23 2.9. components of animal origin in feedingstuffs in the identification of microscopic 10.26 1.85 12.11 3. Blood and urine laboratory clinical studies *: haematological analysis: 3.1 3.1.1. full blood picture (clinical blood scene with MS count and tester 9 formula) 2.26 0.41 2.67 3.1.2. clinical blood scene with MS 9 analyser 1.16 0.21 1.37 3.1.3. haematocrit 0.43 0.08 0.51 3.1.4 to 3.1.5. retikulocīt 0.52 0.09 0.61 erythrocytes 1.51 0.27 1.78 3.1.6.
platelets leucocytes 0.53 0.10 0.63 0.84 0.15 0.99 3.1.7.3.1.8 total formula 0.86 0.15 1.01 3.2. urine analysis: 3.2.1. full urine analysis (teststrēmeļ of 10 chemical indicator automatic analysis and microscopy of sediment) 3.2.2 urine teststrēmeļ 1.41 0.25 1.66 10 chemical indicator automatic analysis of sediment microscopy 1.00 0.18 1.18 3.2.3 0.77 0.14 0.91 3.3. blood serum biochemical analysis: 3.3.1. alanīnaminotransferāz (AL) 0.66 0.12 0.78 3.3.2. aspartataminotransferāz (S) 3.3.3.0.66 0.12 0.78 laktātdehidrogenāz (LDH) 3.3.4 kreatīnkināz 0.86 0.15 1.01 (CK) 0.82 0.15 0.97

3.3.5. gamma glutamiltransferāz (GG) fosfotāz 0.71 0.13 0.84 3.3.6. alkaline (ALP) 0.64 0.12 0.76 3.3.7. bilirubin-total bilirubin-0.51 0.09 0.60 3.3.8. int. 0.59 0.11 0.70 3.3.9. protein-0.59 0.11 0.70 3.3.10. total albumin 3.3.11 3.3.12 0.54 0.10 0.64. glucose 0.57 0.10 0.67.0.66 0.12 0.78 3.3.13. Bun creatinine 3.3.14. Alpha amilāz 0.62 0.11 0.73 in 1.05 0.19 1.24 3.3.15. cholesterol 0.72 0.13 0.85 3.3.16. calcium phosphorus 0.76 0.14 0.90 3.3.17.0.75 0.14 0.89 3.3.18. reserve alkalinity determination of blood serum 1.14
3.3.19. determination of carotene 0.21 1.35 blood serum (photometric) 1.98 0.36 2.34 3.3.20. determination of vitamin A in the blood serum of the blood protein 3.99 0.72 4.71 3.3.21. serum (refractometry) 0.97 0.17 1.14 3.3.22. calcium with complexometric method of Jonny Wilkinson 1.86 0.33 2.19 3.3.23. phosphorus with vanadat-molibdat reagent 2.17 0.39 2.56 3.3.24. determination of blood ketonviel (iodometrically) serological examinations 4 7.62 1.37 8.99-specific antibody detection for brucellosis shall: 4.1. 4.1.1. with rose-Bengal: reaction of blood serum sample (RBR) 0.37 0.07 0.44 4.1.2 with agglutination blood serum sample (with) 4.1.3 3.88 0.70 4.58 with complement fixation test serum sample (KSR) 1.65 0.30 1.95 4.1.4. with imunofermentatīv analysis (ELISA): 4.1.4.1. blood serum, in 4.1.4.2. individual 1.13 0.20 1.33 or sample in the United koppien 5.34 0.96 6.30 4.2. tick encephalitis Elisa 5.37 0.97 6.34 4.3. hlamidioz» : 4.3.1 4.3.2 1.99 0.36 2.35 KSR with with Elisa 2.40 0.43 2.83 4.4 yersiniosis with leptospirosis with 4.5 9.30 1.67 10.97 micro-agglutination reaction (MAR) 2.68 0.48 3.16 4.6 listeriosis with KSR 2.14 0.39 2.53 4.7 mikoplazmoz with Elisa 2.78 0.50 3.28 4.8. foot-and-mouth disease (three serotypes) by Elisa 11.87 2.14 14.01 4.9 osporoz not with Elisa 3.57 0.64 4.21 4.10 anthrax Antigen-leather model with precipitation (PR) 0.75 0.14 0.89 4.11 toxoplasmosis : 4.11.1 with latek with 1.70 0.31 2.01 4.11.2. with KSR 1.85 0.33 2.18 4.12 4.13 malleus with KSR 1.60 0.29 1.89 dourine with KSR 1.65 0.30 1.95 4.14 equine influenza with HAAR 5.84 1.05 6.89 4.15. equine infectious anaemia by Immunodiffusion reaction (IDR) 1.92 0.35 2.27 4.16. horse rinopneimonij by Elisa 6.82 1.23 8.05 4.17. equine viral Arteritis with the virus neutralization test 4.17.1. the result: 10 days 45.54 8.20 53.74 4.17.2. the result within 30 days 12.85 2.31 15.16 4.18. enzootic bovine leukosis with Elisa: 4.18.1. blood serum sample in 1.05 0.19 1.24 4.18.2. koppien individual, joint or sample 5.31 0.96 6.27 4.19. rinderpest bovine rhinotracheitis by Elisa: 4.19.1. blood serum samples of blood serum 1.44 0.26 1.70 4.19.2. sample labelled with a vaccinated animal individual 4.19.3 2.88 0.52 3.40. the joint koppien model of 4.86 0.87 5.73 or 4.20. bovine viral diarrhoea: 4.20.1. blood in serum by Elisa 2.20 0.40 2.60 4.20.2. koppien individual, joint or sample with Elisa 5.60 1.01 6.61 4.20.3. blood serum sample with vīrusneitralizācij test (NPL) 25.59 4.61 30.20 4.21. rinderpest and bovine rhinotracheitis viral diarrhea by Elisa-at the same time: 4.21.1. sending in up to 20 samples sent more than 3.17 0.57 3.74.4.21.2 20 samples 2.87 0.52 3.39 4.22. koronavīrus infection with bovine Elisa 4.08 0.73 4.81 4.23 paragrip-3 by Elisa 4.08 0.73 4.81 4.24 johnes disease: 4.24.1. blood serum sample with Elisa 2.84 0.51 3.35 4.24.2. koppien individual, joint or sample with Elisa 8.54 1.54 10.08 4.25 infective epididymitis with KSR 1.54 0.28 1.82 4.26 Visna Maedi of sheep-and goatmeat disease arthritis/encephalitis Elisa 2.31 0.42 2.73 4.27. Aujeszky's disease with Elisa: 4.27.1. blood serum sample after infection or vaccination with unmarked vaccines (gE) 1.70 0.31 2.01 4.27.2. blood serum samples of vaccination with vaccines (labelled gE and GB) 2.86 0.51 3.37 4.28 swine reproductive and respiratory syndrome with Elisa 3.77 0.68 4.45 4.29. swine Parvovirus infection by Elisa or HAAR 2.48 0.45 2.93 swine transmissible gastroenteritis 4.30 to 4.31 Elisa 5.55 1.00 6.55. classical swine fever: 4.31.1. with 4.31.2 through vīrusneitralizācij Elisa test 3.11 0.56 3.67. (NPL) 56.95 10.25 67.20 4.32. swine vesicular disease with Elisa 5.71 1.03 6.74 4.33. avian infectious bronchitis with the Elisa 2.18 0.39 2.57 4.34 infective bursīt by Elisa 2.15 0.39 2.54

4.35. avian influenza with HAAR 4.55 0.82 5.37 4.36. Newcastle disease with HAAR 2.75 0.50 3.25 4.37. rabies (immunity after vaccination in tension): 4.37.1. with the Elisa-result within three days by Elisa 50.98 9.18 60.16 4.37.2.-results within 30 days with vīrusneitralizācij test 4.37.3.11.82 2.13 13.95 (FAVN) 37.40 6.73 44.13 5. Bacteriological studies *: 5.1 ruminant, swine, horses, fur-bearing animal pathological material 22.67 4.08 26.75 5.2 birds fish, other cold-blooded, pet and other animal pathological material 20.70 3.73 24.43 5.3. different pheromones, milk, urine, blood: 5.3.1. conditionally pathogenic microflora 7.58 1.36 8.94 5.3.2. determination of Staphylococcus aureus detection 4.21 0.76 4.97 5.4 abortion study: 5.4.1. abortion-causing agents detection 71.09 12.80 83.89 5.4.2. listērij discovery kampilobaktērij discovery 17.62 3.17 20.79 5.4.3 5.4.4. Brucella detection 19.63 3.53 23.16 38.58 6.94 45.52 5.4.5. trihomon detection of salmonella 4.23 0.76 4.99 5.4.6.15.48 2.79 18.27 5.5.

semen, vaginal mucus, mucus of the bacteriological investigation prepūcij: 5.5.1. count the number of micro-organisms 1.93 0.35 2.28 5.5.2. colon in determination of titre 1.56 0.28 1.84 5.5.3. Proteus determination. pseidomon detection of 1.44 0.26 1.70 5.5.4 5.5.5 1.46 0.26 1.72. anaerobic detection 1.80 0.32 2.12 5.5.6. determination of haemolytic 1.59 0.29 1.88 5.5.7. trihomon detection of 3.47 0.62 4.09 5.5.8. kampilobaktērij determination of 5.95 1.07 7.02 5.6. the bee and the product studies : 5.6.1. American foulbrood agent discovery 5.82 1.05 6.87 5.6.2 European foulbrood of 6.14 1.11 7.25 5.7 proposing determination of surface disinfection washings, quality control: 5.7.1. intestinal bacteria of the Group stick detect staphylococci of 2.22 0.40 2.62 5.7.2 5.7.3. salmonella of 2.71 0.49 3.20 9.18 1.65 10.83 5.7.4. identification of enterococci 3.42 0.62 4.04 5.7.5. the discovery of Bacillus anthrac 4.02 0.72 4.74 5.8. sheep and goat-rotting detection with initiating microscopy technique leptospirož agents of 2.80 0.50 3.30 5.9 determination by microscopy method 2.25
5.10.0.41 2.66 johnes disease and tuberculosis agents with microscopy method serpulīn of dysentery 7.85 1.41 9.26 5.11 agent discovery with microscopy method 2.54 0.46 3.00 5.12 foal agents detection of glanders 12.86 2.31 15.17 5.13. contagious equine metritis of Mare agent Discovery agents of krobakterioz not 5.14 9.93 1.79 11.72 discovery 8.73 1.57 10.30 5.15 Purpura agent discovery 9.98 1.80 11.78 5.16. Anthrax agent Discovery agents 5.17 28.90 5.20 34.10 tuberculosis detection 69.37 12.49 81.86 5.18 agents glanders discovery 11.08 1.99 13.07

5.19. identification of aeromonož agents bacilož agents 9.14 1.65 10.79 5.20 discovery 7.24 1.30 8.54 5.21 enterobakteriož agents detection 12.08 2.17 14.25 5.22. Escherichia coli detection 6.52 1.17 7.69 5.23. determination of jersiniož agents kampilobakteriož, vibriož 11.92 2.15 14.07 5.24. determination of 16.42 2.96 19.38 5.25 agents. determination of klostridiož agents pasterelož agents 14.25 2.57 16.82 13.33. determination of Swine multocida 13.47 2.42 15.89 5.27. toxin detection (ELISA DHAKA) 18.39 3.31 21.70 5.28. determination of pseidomonož agents salmonelož agents 7.31 1.32 8.63 5.29. Discovery 16.24 2.92
19.16 5.30. determination of stafilokokož agents streptokokož agents 11.29 2.03 13.32 5.31. detection of Salmonella spp. 14.57 2.62 17.19 5.32. serotipizācij-5.33 43.11 7.76 50.87. Escherichia coli serotipizācij-26.26 4.73 30.99 5.34. determination of resistance of microorganisms 3.62 0.65 4.27 5.35. air pollution in mikrobāl (one plate) 5.36. disinfecting solution 0.80 0.14 0.94 quality check 20.34 3.66 24.00 5.37. animal feed, water and the environment: the bacteriological investigation of objects 5.37.1. determination of the number of micro-organisms per 1 ml or 1 g (MAFA) detection of salmonella in 4.83 0.87 5.70 15.10 2.72 17.82 5.37.2.5.37.3. intestinal Rod bacteria detection of Group 5.37.4. pathogenic intestinal 4.96 0.89 5.85 Rod groups of bacteria determination of the anaerobic microflora 9.32 1.68 11.00.5.37.5 discovery 5.37.6 6.96 1.25 8.21. anaerobic and Toxin detection 9.77 1.76 11.53.5.37.7 detection of Staphylococcus aureus and coliform 5.37.8 5.62 1.01 6.63. count the number of Enterobacteriaceae 8.77 1.58 10.35.5.37.9 Listeria monocytogenes detection of Bacillus anthtac 5.37.10 15.44 2.78 18.22. detection of Yersinia spp. 28.90 5.20 34.10 5.37.11. detection of pathogenic microflora 5.37.12 12.87 2.32 15.19. Discovery feed (salmonella, selection of the intestinal bacteria of the group, Rod St. aureus, anaerobic microbial, toxins) pathogenic microflora 20.31 3.66 23.97.5.37.13 detection of fur animals in the finished feed (pasterell, salmonella, selection of the intestinal bacteria of the group, Rod St. aureus, Erysipelotrix insidios, pseidomon, anaerobic microbial and its toxins) 20.19 3.63 23.85 5.37.14. pathogenic microbial detection watering of animals or the water from open water reservoirs (salmonella selection of intestinal, wands, enterococci, aeromon, pseidomon) Mikoloģisk 6 20.92 3.77 24.69 studies: animal mikoz: 6.1 6.1.1. sampling of the dermatomikoz hair and 1.28 0.23 1.51 6.1.2 skin scrape-microscopic investigation of 2.18 0.39 2.57 6.1.3. hair and skin scrape-mikoloģisk investigation of the bee mikož 5.03 0.91 5.94 6.1.4. Diagnostics agents-microscopic 1.97 0.35 2.32 6.1.5. bee-mikož agents mikoloģisk in the diagnosis of cancer of the mikož 6.1.6 5.60 1.01 6.61 agents in diagnostic-microscopic cancers mikož 3.00 0.54 3.54 6.1.7. trigger diagnostic-mikoloģisk to 5.81 1.05 6.86 6.1.8.
fish mikož agents in diagnostic-microscopic 2.01 0.36 2.37 6.1.9 fish mikož agents in diagnostic-mikoloģisk in 6.1.10.5.73 1.03 6.76 mold fungi in the pathological material-4.72 0.85 5.57 6.1.11. mikoloģisk mold fungi in semen-mikoloģisk in 5.16 0.93 6.09 6.2. studies of animal feed: 6.2.1 mold fungus determination of spores of smutty 5.20 0.94 6.14 6.2.2. determination of the quantity of black grain 3.73 0.67 4.40 6.2.3. somiņsēn determination of the toxicity of feedingstuffs 4.46 0.80 5.26 6.3 determination : 6.3.1. microbiological method (St. aureus, e. coli., URSacch.spp.-growth retention) 6.44 1.16 7.60 6.3.2. with paramēcij in bioassay 2.00 0.36 2.36 6.3.3. bioassay with mice 6.80 1.22 8.02 6.3.4. skin test with rabbits 6.80 1.22 8.02 7. Virological studies *: 7.1 rabies: 7.1.1 virus Antigen detection in the brain with IFM 7.54 1.36 8.90 7.1.2. mouse bioassay of the isolated virus Antigen detection (BM) 24.18 4.35 28.53 7.1.3. oral vaccine features the determination of tetracycline kaulaudo with the fluorescent microscopy (LM) 5.35 0.96 6.31 7.1.4. Fox oral vaccine titration (42 dose) 847.64 152.58 1000.22 7.1.5. virus isolation and identification for cell cultures 23.79 4.28 28.07 7.2. classical swine fever: 7.2.1 virus Antigen detection Elisa: 7.2.1.1. clinical diagnosis of diseases epizootic background 23.02 4.14 27.16 7.2.1.2 discovery 6.77 1.22 7.99 7.2.2. virus isolation and identification of cell cultures 83.97 15.11 99.08 7.3. Teschen Talfan disease virus-isolation and identification of cell cultures 91.84 16.53 108.37 7.4. Aujeszky's disease virus isolation and identification in cell culture 50.39 9.07 59.46 7.5. bovine viral diarrhea in : 7.5.1. bovine viral diarrhoea virus of Antigen by Elisa: 7.5.1.1. the result within seven days of the result 20.07 3.61 23.68 7.5.1.2.30 days 3.10 0.56 3.66 7.5.2. virus isolation and identification of the clinical diagnosis of the disease-hit 30 days 34.11 6.14 40.25 7.5.3. virus isolation and identification in the semen of bulls-results of 60 days of bovine viral 20.11 3.62 23.73 7.6. diarrhoea and infectious bovine rhinotracheitis at the 7.6.1. the distribution of the virus: identification and the clinical diagnosis of the disease-hit 30 days 54.48 9.81 64.29 virus isolation and 7.6.2. identification of semen of bulls-hit 60 days 29.82 5.37 35.19 7.7. enzootic bovine rhinotracheitis: 7.7.1. virus isolation and identification of clinical disease diagnosis, results within 30 days 40.78 7.34 48.12 7.7.2. virus isolation and identification of breeding bull sperm, the result of a period of 60 days 22.87 4.12 26.99 7.8. foot-and-mouth disease virus Antigen detection Elisa 72.86 13.11 85.97 7.9. fish virus isolation identification and clinical diagnosis 72.18 12.99 85.17 fish virus 7.10. isolation and identification of health surveillance of carp 41.81 7.53 49.34 7.11 Spring Viremia virus Antigen by Elisa: 7.11.1. the result within seven days of the result 14.40 2.59 16.99 7.11.2.30 days, 7.12. cat panleikopēnij 3.49 0.63 4.12, mink viral enteritis, canine Parvovirus infection, carnivorous fever virus Antigen by Elisa (one Antigen) 7.12.1. outcome: three days. the result 18.18 3.27 21.45 7.12.2 30 days 9.61 1.73 11.34 7.13. cat leukosis virus Antigen detection Elisa 10.04 1.81 11.85 7.14. transmissible spongiform encephalopathies PrP determination by Biorad tesee quick test 31.51 5.67 37.18 7.15. transmissible spongiform encephalopathies PrP with IDEXX HerdChek quick test 30.02 5.40 35.42 7.16. transmissible spongiform encephalopathies PrP with Prionics Check rapid Western blot test 45.06 8.11 53.17 7.17. transmissible spongiform encephalopathies PrP differentiation with VLA hybrid Western blot test 47.34 8.52 55.86 8. Parasitological and ihtiopatoloģisk studies: 8.1 ear, skin scrape, blood-microscopic examination of faeces 1.11 0.20 1.31 8.2-koproloģisk: 8.2.1. bovine animals under the age of two years, sheep, goats 3.33 0.60 3.93 8.2.2. other species 1.49 0.27 1.76 8.3. trichinosis with compression method with the trichinosis 3.05 0.55 3.60 8.4. tissue: SMK 8.4.1. about one sample per aggregate 3.94 0.71 4.65 8.4.2 of the 2-10 home pigs 5.76 1.04 6.80 8.5. trichinosis with hydrolysis method 8.5.1.
about one sample per 4.27 0.77 5.04 8.5.2. aggregate of 2-50 home pigs 4.27 0.77 5.04 8.5.3.

on one of the aggregate of 51-100 home pigs 6.41 1.15 7.56 8.6. bee diseases: 8.6.1. nozematoz determination of 1.10 0.20 1.30 8.6.2. the control of varroasis and determination of brauloz akarapidoz or 1.10 0.20 1.30 8.6.3. another determination of 1.25 0.23 1.48 8.7. parazitož fish parasitological studies 14.15 2.55 16.70 8.8. ornamental fish parasitological studies 3.39 0.61 4.00 8.9. food parasite identification of pollution of soil and fertilizer 5.12 0.92 6.04 8.10. a parasitological investigations 9. Molecular biological studies * : 9.1. animal disease diagnosis: 9.1.1. a determination by Mycobacterium paratuberculos polymerase chain reaction (PCR) 32.22 5.80 38.02 9.1.2. classical swine fever virus with PCR 9.1.3 51.18 9.21 60.39 BVD virus detection of virus by PCR 86.24 15.52 101.76 9.1.4. detection of Listeria monocytogenes with real time PCR 26.75 4.82 31.57 9.1.5. infectious salmon anaemia virus with PCR 51.18 9.21 60.39 9.1.6. rabies virus with PCR 30.42 5.48 35.90 9.1.7. sheep and goat PrP polymorphisms detection by real-time PCR
9.2.71.23 12.82 84.05 foods: 9.2.1. Salmonella spp. with real time PCR: a quick method-result 48 hours 34.32 6.18 40.50 9.2.1.1 9.2.1.2 17.44 3.14 20.58 5-10. more than 10 samples 15.20 2.74 17.94 9.2.2. genetically modified organisms in the qualitative analysis 97.00 17.46 114.46 9.2.3. genetically modified organisms determination-the result of five days (carried out at the customer's request, if the quality of the analysis is positive) 235.14 42.33 277.47 9.2.4. genetically modified organisms determination-result 45 days (carried out at the customer's request If the qualitative analysis is positive) 9.2.5. Campylobacter spp 86.83 15.63 102.46 detection with PCR 28.59 5.15 33.74 10. Pathological material chemical toxicological studies *: 10.1. determination of sodium chloride in phosphate determination 3.81 0.69 4.50 10.2 10.3. determination of sulphates 5.27 0.95 6.22 5.40 0.97 6.37 10.4. determination of chloride, nitrate, nitrite 1.30 0.23 1.53 10.5. determination of vegetable products and pathological material (photometric method) 11.13 2.00 13.13 10.6. determination of ammonia 6.00 1.08 7.08 11. Feed chemical studies * : 11.1. determination of crude protein (Kjeldahl method) 11.87 2.14 14.01 11.2. calcium phosphorus 6.19 1.11 7.30 6.19 1.11 7.30 11.3 11.4. sodium chloride (Folhard method) of 7.44 1.34 8.78 5.88 1.06 6.94 11.5. wood 11.6. fats (Soxhlet method) 7.3. peroxide number 9.70 1.75 11.45 fat 5.07 0.91 5.98 11.8. total acidity determination of fluorine 1.69 0.30 1.99 7.4.7.11 1.28 8.39 11.10. determination of carotene 6.36 1.14 7.50 11.11. pH determination of total acidity, see table 5.1.1.95 0.35 2.30 (lactic acid , acetic acid, butyric acid), skābsien in silage 6.63 1.19 7.82 11.13. determination of volatile fatty acids 3.77 0.68 4.45 11.14. ash (insoluble in hydrochloric acid) content 7.97 1.43 9.40 11.15. determination of ash content 6.44 1.16 7.60 11.16. estimation of the urease activity of 11.17 3.74 0.67 4.41. physical quality indicators (such as Grist, color) detection of fodder flour 3.74 0.67 4.41 11.18. determination of the moisture content of acid number 4.55 0.82 5.37 11.19. determination of nitrite 4.56 0.82 5.38 11.20. determination of nitrate, 5.20 0.94 6.14 11.21. poisonous impurities determination of seed grain in warehouse pest 1.30 0.23 1.53 11.22. determination of grain silage eligible 2.37 0.43 2.80 11.23. volatile nitrogen bases 7.90 1.42 9.32 11.24. metallic impurities impurities 1.82 0.33 2.15 11.25. motor 1.82 0.33 2.15 11.26. determination of starch by polarimetric method 18.19 3.27 21.46 12. Food and water chemical tests: 12.1. milk and milk products : 12.1.1. determination of fat content: 12.1.1.1. gravimetric method with (arbitration cases, equipment calibration) 14.08 2.53 16.61 12.1.1.2. with the Gerber method (milk, liquid dairy products) with 2.25 0.41 2.66 12.1.1.3. Gerber method (the other dairy products) 4.81 0.87 5.68 12.1.1.4. butter (water + solids-non-fat +)-routine method 5.75 1.04 6.79 12.1.1.5. butter (water + solids-non-fat +)-reference method 12.18 2.19 14.37 12.1.1.6. fat cheese dry matter (FAT + water +) non-fat cheese 12.1.1.7.7.30 1.31 8.61 parts humidity SBDM (FAT + water) 7.44 1.34 8.78 12.1.2.
protein (with the Kjeldahl method) water or 11.87 2.14 14.01 12.1.3. the determination of the dry matter content: 12.1.3.1. water or dry matter content (reference method) 4.29 0.77 5.06 12.1.3.2. water content in butter (routine method) 1.95 0.35 2.30 12.1.3.3. water + solids-non-fat content (butter) 5.75 1.04 6.79 12.1.3.4. solids-non-fat in butter (reference method) 5.76 1.04 6.80 12.1.4. determination of acidity: 12.1.4.1. titratable acidity 1.82 0.33 2.15 12.1.4.2. plasma acidity (0T) butter fat acidity 3.18 0.57 3.75 12.1.4.3. butter (acid number FF) 9.44 1.70 11.14 12.1.4.4. free acidity casein 12.1.4.5 4.43 0.80 5.23. pH (with instrumental method) 12.1.4.6.2.44 0.44 2.88 plasma pH butter 2.98 0.54 3.52 12.1.5. determination of the effectiveness of pasteurization: 12.1.5.1. phosphatase detection 4.25 0.77 5.02 12.1.5.2. determination of peroxidase 3.54 0.64 4.18 12.1.6. determination of purity: 12.1.6.1. milk 12.1.6.2 milk preserves 0.85 0.15 1.00.12.1.6.3 1.32 0.24 1.56. casein 4.21 0.76 4.97 12.1.7. solubility: 12.1.7.1. the milk dry canned 12.1.7.2 1.94 0.35 2.29. casein 3.48 0.63 4.11 12.1.8. other chemical indicators : 12.1.8.1.12.1.8.2.0.90 0.16 1.06 ammonia density (high quality) 12.1.8.3 1.20 0.22 1.42. determination of hydrogen peroxide (high quality) 12.1.8.4 2.05 0.37 2.42. soda (sodium carbonate or bicarbonate) identification 12.1.8.5 1.15 0.21 1.36. soda (sodium carbonate or bicarbonate) determination of 12.1.8.7 12.1.8.6. termoizturīb 5.90 1.06 6.96 1.79 0.32 2.11. lactose sucrose 6.18 1.11 7.29 8.84 1.59 10.43 12.1.8.8.12.1.8.9. salt content 12.1.8.10. Reihert-Meisl 5.46 0.98 6.44 Figure 17.38 3.13 20.51.12.1.8.11 water determination of the degree of variance 2.02 0.36 2.38 peroxide number 12.1.8.12. butter 12.1.8.13 7.20 1.30 8.50. ash 6.83 1.23 8.06 12.1.8.14.12.1.8.15 nitrate reductase 2.00 0.36 2.36. content 11.13 2.00 13.13 12.2 meat (fish) and meat (fishing), dumplings, vareņik: 12.2.1. meat freshness chemical assay 3.25 0.59 3.84 12.2.2. determination of water content by reference method 4.29 0.77 5.06 12.2.3. determination of fat content: 12.2.3.1. Soxhlet method 9.70 1.75 11.45 12.2.3.2. with extraction method 3.90 0.70 4.60 12.2.4. determination of salt content 12.2.4.1. Mora: method with the Folhard of 3.81 0.69 4.50 12.2.4.2. method (fish) 5.88 1.06 6.94 12.2.5. determination of nitrite and nitrate: 12.2.5.1. nitrite (reference method) 7.98 1.44 9.42 12.2.5.2. nitrite (routine method). nitrate content 4.16 0.75 4.91 12.2.5.3 11.13 2.00 13.13. determination of pH 12.2.5.4 (with instrumental) 1.95 0.35 2.30 12.2.6. other indicators: 12.2.6.1. protein (with the Kjeldahl method) 11.87 2.14 14.01 12.2.6.2. starch content of total phosphorus 5.27 0.95 6.22 12.2.6.3.5.27 0.95 6.22 12.2.6.4. acid phosphatase 4.03 0.73
4.76 12.2.6.5. calcium content of bone particles 5.72 1.03 6.75.12.2.6.6 admixture of minced meat stuffed 4.29 0.77 5.06 to 12.2.6.7. total mass of 12.2.6.8, vareņik dumplings 1.95 0.35 2.30. added determination of the water content in poultry meat of the hydrolysed protein 58.58 10.54 69.12 12.2.6.9. (hydroxyproline) 13.02 2.34 15.36 12.2.6.10. ash content 6.93 1.25 8.18 12.2.6.11. total volatile basic nitrogen (fish and fishing products) 10.74 1.93 12.67 12.3. grease (food , technical, fodder), oil: 12.3.1. water content and volatile acid number 2.60 0.47 3.07 12.3.2.4.03 0.73 4.76 12.3.3. peroxide number 6.59 1.19 7.78 12.3.4. Aether insoluble substances not pārziepojam 3.51 0.63 4.14 12.3.5. substances 4.55 0.82 5.37 12.3.6. fat hardening temperature 3.51 0.63 4.14 12.3.7. clarity and other sensory indicators 12.3.8. iodine number 2.47 0.44 2.91 discovery oil saponification number of 11.05 1.99 13.04 12.3.9.4.16 0.75 4.91 12.3.10. determination of density 0.78 0.14 0.92 12.3.11. fat acidity (FFA) 4.03 0.73 4.76

12.3.12. refraktīv index 0.65 0.12 0.77 12.3.13. colour 1.95 0.35 2.30 12.4 12.4.1. egg products: fat content by Soxhlet method 9.70 1.75 11.45 12.4.2. dry matter content 2.60 0.47 3.07 12.4.3. protein (with the Kjeldahl method) 11.87 2.14 14.01 12.4.4. free fatty acids 2.86 0.51 3.37 12.4.5.1.50 0.27 1.77 12.4.6. pH solubility (with instrumental) 2.44 0.44 2.88 12.4.7. ash content 6.83 1.23 8.06 12.5. apiculture products : 12.5.1. honey study: 12.5.1.1. determination of water content: 2.31 0.42 2.73 12.5.1.2. reducing sugars (natural invert sugar) determination of sucrose 5.62 1.01 6.63 12.5.1.3.6.44 1.16 7.60 12.5.1.4. determination of diastase numbers 3.13 0.56 3.69 12.5.1.5. total acidity determination 1.90 0.34 2.24 12.5.1.6. determination of mechanical impurities 0.73 0.13 0.86. oksimetilfurfurol determination of 12.5.1.7 (high quality) 12.5.1.8 2.85 0.51 3.36. determination of hydroxymethylfurfural (quantitative) other bee 8.47 1.52 9.99 12.5.2. production 12.5.2.1.: determination of the moisture content determination 2.08 0.37 2.45 12.5.2.2. pH (instrumental method)

2.08 0.37 2.45 12.5.2.3. determination of ash content 4.03 0.73 4.76 12.5.2.4. determination of crude protein (Kjeldahl method) 11.87 2.14 14.01 12.5.2.5. mechanical impurities in the mineral impurities 2.37 0.43 2.80 12.5.2.6. determination of flavonoid compounds 7.71 1.39 9.10 12.5.2.7. determination of 2.68 0.48 3.16 12.5.2.8. oksidējamīb 12.5.2.9. free acids 2.99 0.54 3.53 1.69 0.30 1.99.12.5.2.10 electrical conductivity 1.69 0.30 1.99.12.5.2.11 water-insoluble substances 2.08 0.37 2.45 12.6. fruit and vegetable products 12.6.1. determination of nitrates: fruit, vegetables, roots 5.33 0.96 6.29 12.6.2. determination of nitrates in baby food with enzymatic method 12.6.3. titratable acidity 27.00 4.86 31.86 2.30 0.41 2.71 12.6.4. chloride (by Mora) 3.00 0.54 3.54 12.6.5. dry (humidity) 3.30 0.59 3.89 12.6.6. the sugar content of beet sugar beet juice 12.6.7 16.42 2.96 19.38. quality of 3.68 0.66 4.34 12.6.8. the determination of the dry matter content of the juice, concentrates with refractometric method 1.50 0.27 1.77 12.6.9. determination of sulphur dioxide (high quality) 12.6.10 6.76 1.22 7.98. determination of sulphur dioxide (quantitative)
12.74 2.29 15.03 12.7. drinking water study: 12.7.1. pH determination (with instrumental method) total hardness 2.44 0.44 2.88 12.7.2. determination of nitrate determination 2.55 0.46 3.01 12.7.3.8.45 1.52 9.97 12.7.4. determination of nitrite 5.46 0.98 6.44 12.7.5. total iron content determination of Polyphosphate 3.05 0.55 3.60 12.7.6.3.30 0.59 3.89 12.7.7. determination of dry residue 12.7.8. determination of chlorides 3.84 0.69 4.53 1.56 0.28 1.84 12.7.9. determination of sulphates (gravimetric method) 10.27 1.85 12.12 12.7.10. ammonia and ammonium ion determination of the amount of 6.00 1.08
12.7.11. determination of fluorine 7.08 2.56 0.46 3.02 12.7.12. determination of conductivity 1.56 0.28 1.84 12.7.13. oksidējamīb determination of permanganate 1.82 0.33 2.15 12.7.14. determination of the calcium content of magnesium content 1.82 0.33 2.15 12.7.15. Discovery (total hardness +) 1.95 0.35 2.30 12.7.16. taste and smell 12.7.17 0.65 0.12 0.77. turbidity colour 12.7.19 12.7.18 1.04 0.19 1.23.1.30 0.23 1.53. determination of transparency 12.7.20. free chlorine 0.56 0.10 0.66 residue of 0.78 0.14 0.92 12.7.21. determination of active chlorine in chlorine related 12.7.22 1.28 0.23 1.51. determination of residues
12.7.23. determination of alkalinity 1.18 0.22 1.40 1.70 0.31 2.01 12.7.24. determination of oksidējamīb dichromate 5.25 0.95 6.20 12.7.25. can Discovery (with colorimetric method) 5.75 1.03 6.78 12.7.26. determination of fluorine-colorimetrically 3.00 0.54 3.54 12.7.27. determination of Bod5 4.98 0.89 5.87 12.7.28. determination of 5.14 0.92 6.06 BSP20.12.7.29 determination of dissolved oxygen 12.7.30 3.08 0.56 3.64. determination of suspended matter 3.72 0.67 4.39 12.7.31. determination of manganese (colorimetric method) 12.7.32. determination of 6.14 1.11 7.25 12.66 2.27 14.93 SVAV. 12.7.33 determination of 6.65 1.20 7.85 12.7.34 COD.
determination of the phenol 12.7.35. determination of cyanide 12.77 2.29 15.06 7.69 1.38 9.07 12.7.36. determination of formaldehyde-formaldehyde colorimetrically 4.78 0.86 5.64 12.7.37. Discovery (with chromatographic method) 12.7.38 19.66 3.54 23.20. petroleum products-determination of hydrocarbon 12.7.39 22.13 3.99 26.12. Gravimetric determination-infrared spectrometry 23.02 4.14 27.16 12.7.40. aluminum, copper, zinc, Tin, chromium, manganese, nickel, silver, barium, vanadium, cadmium, lead, sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium and iron by flame AAS determination of l'vov-for each metal aluminium 9.29 1.68 10.97 12.7.41. , chromium, nickel, silver, vanadium, cadmium and lead by AAS in the l'vov-elektrotermisk for each metal 9.80 1.76 11.56 12.7.42. determination of volatile organic compounds of mercury, 12.7.43 5.51 0.99 6.50. arsenic, selenium and antimony-determination of each element 12.7.44. determination of carbonate 10.87 1.95 12.82 5.76 1.04 6.80.12.7.45 total organic carbon determination 12.7.46. determination of nitrogen 21.78 3.92 25.70 15.89 2.86 18.75 12.7.47. determination of phosphate 2.83 0.51 3.34 12.7.48. determination of boron 12.7.49. determination of hydrogen sulphide 9.64 1.74 11.38 3.16 0.57 3.73 silica 12.7.50. discovery 12.7.51. determination of acrylamide 2.95 0.53 3.48 (with chromatographic method) 12.7.52 18.12 3.26 21.38. benzo (a) pyrene discovery 20.31 3.66 23.97 12.7.53. determination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons of 22.97 4.13 27.10 12.7.54. polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and benzo (a) pyrene discovery-together 12.7.55. trihalogēnmetān detection of 32.97 5.94 38.91 22.72 4.09 26.81 12.7.56. determination of bromate 5.30 0.95 6.25 12.7.57. determination of benzene 1.2-dichloroethane 22.72 4.09 26.81 12.7.58. Discovery 12.7.59. determination of epichlorohydrin 19.99 3.60 23.59 20.55 3.70 24.25 12.7.60. determination of tetrachloroethane and trichloroethane 22.20 3.99
12.7.61. and tetrachloroethane 26.19 trichloroethane, determination of truhaloģēnmetān total 12.7.62. determination of vinyl chloride 36.64 6.59 43.23 20.31 3.66 23.97 12.7.63. benzene, vinyl chloride, 1.2-dichloroethane, determination of total 48.12 8.66 56.78.12.7.64 anions (F, CL, Br, j., NO2, NO3, PO4, SO4) by ion chromatography method-for each 12.7.65. anion 4.32 0.78 5.10 (F, J, CL, Br, NO3, PO4, SO4, NO2) by ion chromatography method-32.45 5.84 38.29 12.7.66 together. determination of chloro-pesticides in water 12.7.67 organophosphorus pesticides 15.29 2.75 18.04. determination of water 19.70 3.54 23.24

12.7.68. determination of synthetic pyrethroid water 12.7.69 uracil derivatives 15.20 2.74 17.94. determination of water 12.7.70. gliosāf 21.84 3.93 25.77 (raundap, fosulen, nitosorg, utāl) detection in water 12.7.71. sim-25.33 4.56 29.89 triazine derivatives for the determination of phenol in water 12.7.72 nitroatvasinājum 20.79 3.74 24.53. determination of halogēnatvasinājum and water 12.7.73. fenilkarbamīnskāb alkilester of 13.09 2.36 15.45 determination of water 12.7.74. halogenaizvietot carboxylic acids of 14.87 2.68 17.55 anilīd detection in water of hlorfenoksietiķskāb derivatives 12.7.75 12.72 2.29 15.01. determination of water grains 16.87 3.03 19.90 12.8. , flour and semolina quality analysis: 12.8.1. determination of moisture (reference method) 4.55 0.82 5.37 12.8.2. determination of moisture (quick method of grain) 12.8.3. determination of the standard 1.64 0.30 1.94 (grain) 1.78 0.32 2.10 12.8.4. determination of impurities (grain): 12.8.4.1. grain impurities determination of impurities in waste 12.8.4.2 2.99 0.54 3.53. determination the determination of impurities 2.99 0.54 3.53 12.8.5. (grits) 5.40 0.97 6.37 12.8.6. quality and quantity of impurities in nuclear detection (grits) 7.18 1.29 8.47 12.8.7. cereal pest infestation detection 3.59 0.65 4.24 12.8.8. determination of the quantity of gluten (handmade method mechanical method for wheat, wheat flour) 7.11 1.28 8.39 12.8.9. gluten quality and quantity determination (handmade method, mechanical method for wheat, wheat flour) 10.71 1.93 12.64 12.8.10. gluten detection (quick method of wheat) the fall of the number 1.64 0.30 1.94 12.8.11. Discovery (grain, flour) 7.70 1.39 9.09 12.8.12. stiklainīb detection (wheat, maize) 12.8.13. housing quantity 3.84 0.69 4.53 (oats, buckwheat, millet) 7.18 1.29 8.47 12.8.14. growth and germination ability of energy measurement (beer barley and other grains) 5.49 0.99 6.48 12.8.15. model composition (wheat , corn, beans) 12.8.16 Zelen index 7.18 1.29 8.47. Discovery (reference method for wheat, wheat flour) 6.72 1.21 7.93 Zelen 12.8.17. index (quick method of wheat) starch 1.64 0.30 1.94 12.8.18. Discovery (reference method for grain) 12.8.19. determination of starch 19.76 3.56 23.32 (quick method of wheat, barley) 1.64 0.30 1.94 12.8.20. determination of fat (Soxhlet method) 12.8.21. determination of fat 9.70 1.75 11.45 (quick method of canola seed) 1.64 0.30 1.94 12.8.22. determination of crude protein (Kjeldahl method) 11.87 2.14 14.01 12.8.23. determination of crude protein (quick method of grain). 12.8.24 determination of ash 1.66 0.30 1.96 6.44
12.8.25. determination of ash 1.16 7.60 (quick method of wheat flour) 12.8.26. determination of wood 1.64 0.30 1.94 7.30 1.31 8.61 12.8.27. izvārāmīb detection (buckwheat groats, oat flakes) 2.37 0.43 2.80 12.8.28. metālmagnētisk determination of impurities 12.8.29. determination of acidity 2.76 0.50 3.26 5.38 0.97 6.35 12.8.30. White Discovery (flour) 12.8.31. grinding coarseness 3.12 0.56 3.68 Discovery (flour, semolina) is 2.37 0.43 2.80 12.9. bread, bakery products and confectionery flour quality analysis 12.9.1. determination of moisture: 4.58 0.82 5.40 12.9.2. porosity detection (bread) 3.03 0.55 3.58 12.9.3. determination of fat (Soxhlet method) of determining sugar 9.70 1.75 11.45 12.9.4.9.05 1.63 10.68 12.9.5. determination of acidity 12.9.6. determination of alkalinity 5.38 0.97 6.35 (pastry flour) 5.36 0.96 6.32 12.9.7. Count 1.81 0.33 2.14 per kilogram 12.9.8. determination of swelling (barank and crackers) filling weight 3.25 0.59 3.84 12.9.9. determination of part 2.73 0.49 3.22 12.9.10. determination of sodium chloride in 12.9.11. potato sticks 6.41 1.15 7.56 Discovery (bread)
12.10.6.23 1.12 7.35 yeast (bread baking) quality analysis: 12.10.1 12.10.2. determination of moisture 4.63 0.83 5.46. determination of the take-off force 5.04 0.91 5.95 12.10.3. determination of stability 3.06 0.55 3.61 12.10.4. determination of acidity 5.38 0.97 6.35 12.10.5. dry yeast take-off force discovery 5.90 1.06 6.96 12.11.

pasta quality analysis: 12.11.1. determination of moisture determination of acidity of 4.58 0.82 5.40 12.11.2.5.38 0.97 6.35 12.11.3. determination of the State of the article after boiling 2.73 0.49 3.22 12.11.4. little determination of metālmagnētisk impurities 2.56 0.46 3.02 12.11.5. Discovery 12.11.6. living 3.59 0.65 4.24 and not live cereal pest presence and determination of the quantity of sugar analysis 3.59 0.65 4.24 12.12.: 12.12.1. determination of chromaticity 1.95 0.35 2.30 12.12.2. water and the determination of the dry matter content of 3.22 0.58 3.80 12.12.3. determination of sucrose content (to the polarimetric method) 15.20 2.74 17.94

12.12.4. determination of ash content (the konduktometrisk method) 2.73 0.49 3.22 12.12.5. determination of reducing substances 9.26 1.67 10.93 12.12.6. determination of sulphur dioxide (high quality) 5.30 0.95 6.25 12.12.7. determination of sulphur dioxide (quantitative) 9.80 1.76 11.56 12.13. testing for alcohol and alcoholic beverages:-1.55 0.28 1.83 12.13.2.12.13.1. organoleptik determination of 1.58 0.28 1.86 12.13.3. strength strength determination by redistillation of 8.42 1.51 9.93 12.13.4. determination of aldehydes 4.11 0.74 4.85 12.13.5. determination of methanol 7.90 1.42 9.32 12.13.6. determination of esters 6.29 1.13 7.42 12.13.7. determination of furfural (high quality)
2.16 0.39 2.55 12.13.8. determination of furfural (quantitative) 12.13.9. determination of alkalinity 3.30 0.59 3.89 3.21 0.57 3.78 12.13.10. determination of sugar 12.13.11. oksidējamīb determination of 8.42 1.51 9.93 3.22 0.59 3.81 12.13.12. determination of color. the highest alcohol 4.39 0.79 5.18 12.13.13 discovery 12.13.14. determination of extractive 9.27 1.67 10.94 8.60 1.55 10.15 12.13.15. determination of density 12.13.16 5.62 1.01 6.63. determination of titratable acid 12.13.17 6.70 1.20 7.90. determination of volatile acids 6.65 1.20 7.85. total sērpaskāb 12.13.18 the determination of the concentration of 8.27 1.49 9.76 12.13.19. heavy metals (copper zinc, lead, cadmium, mercury, arsenic) 28.61 5.14 33.75 12.13.20. lead, cadmium determination by AAS elektrotermisk 12.13.21 of the l'vov 11.60 2.09 13.69. potassium, calcium, sodium and iron-determination of each element 12.13.22. determination of boron 8.41 1.51 9.92 8.41 1.51 9.92 12.13.23. pH determination of sorbic acid in the wine 12.13.24 1.03 0.18 1.21. determination of benzoic acid, 12.13.25. determination of aspartam 8.27 1.49 9.76 8.26 1.49 9.75 12.13.26. determination of citric acid 9.91 1.79 11.70 12.13.27. determination of bromine 12.13.28. determination of fluorine 8.39 1.51 9.90 8.53 1.54 10.07 12.13.29. determination of total extract
12.13.30. determination of sulphates 5.39 0.97 6.36 18.14 3.27 21.41 13. Soil tests: 13.1. determination of moisture 5.99 1.08 7.07 13.2. determination of the number of sanitary 28.94 5.20 34.14 13.3. determination of pH 8.3. determination of chlorides 2.55 0.46 3.01 1.59 0.29 1.88 13.5. determination of ammonia nitrogen, nitrate nitrogen 6.70 1.21 7.91 13.6:13.6.1. potentiometric 6.28 1.13 7.41 13.6.2. colorimetrically 6.81 1.23 8.04 8.5. determination of formaldehyde 6.25 1.13 7.38 13.8. hydrogen sulphide discovery 3.66 0.66 4.32 13.9. determination of acetaldehyde 6.32 1.14 7.46 13.10. determination of sulphates (with gravimetric method) 22.87 4.11 26.98 13.11. soil sample preparation for the determination of 13.12.3.45 0.62 4.07 pH soil sample preparation for determination of metals by AAS method 3.50 0.63 4.13 14. studies of disinfectants 14.1 of active chlorine: 14.1.1. dry hlorkaļķ or chloramine in 14.1.2 2.12 0.38 2.50. hlorkaļķ or chloramine solution 2.12 0.38 2.50 15. Consumer study: 15.1 polymeric operating conditions modelling , sample preparation for analysis: 15.1.1.4.72 0.85 5.57 15.1.2. water air 5.87 1.06 6.93 15.2. determination of dimethylformamide (colorimetric method), 2.69 0.48 3.17 15.3. determination of styrene (TLC) 15.4. vinyl chloride 14.05 2.53 16.58, styrene, butyl, propyl, dibitilftalāt and dioktilftalāt Discovery (with gas chromatography method) 15.5. vinyl chloride 36.64 6.59 43.23, styrene, butyl, propyl, dibitilftalāt and dioktilftalāt Discovery (with gas chromatography method)-each 17.24 3.10 20.34 15.6. styrene , acrylonitrile, propyl, isopropyl, butyl, heptane, hexane, izobutilspirt Discovery (with gas chromatography method) (including vinyl chloride, heptane, hexane) 7.38 1.32 8.70 15.7. determination of formaldehyde (spectrophotometry) 16.00 2.88 18.88 15.8. dioktilftalāt determination of Dibutylphthalate (with thin-layer chromatography method) dioktilftalāt and 12.92 2.32 15.24 15.9. determination of Dibutylphthalate 7.58 1.36 8.94 15.10. determination of ethylene maleic anhydride 6.47 1.17 7.64 15.11. Discovery (with colorimetric method) 15.12. kaprolaktām detection of 1.55 0.28 1.83 7.44 1.34 8.78 15.13. kaprolaktām detection of water extracts (the AEŠH method) 6.77 1.22 7.99

15.14. tiuramīn, cimāt, vulkacīt, kaptak-altaks, sulfenamīd, difenilguanīd, naftām a-2 discovery (by the method of thin layer chromatography) 15.15. phenol, difenilpropān 12.89 2.32 15.21 Discovery (with thin-layer chromatography method) No 15.16.16.86 3.03 19.89 cyclohexanone and other aldehydes and ketones (with liquid chromatography method) 11.39 2.05 13.44 15.17.-Red Lake pigment detection (with colorimetric method) 15.18. flame spread 6.03 1.09 7.12 speed detection 1.55 0.28 1.83 15.19. sustainability against colouring, saliva and sweat 2.07 0.38 2.45 15.20. colouring of determining stability against wet processing detection
1.31 0.23 1.54 15.21. determination of odour, flavour 1.76 0.32 2.08 15.22. heksametilēndianīn detection (TLC) 15.23.11.86 2.13 13.99 toy safety testing (for example, edge, reach sharpness) 15.24 2.36 0.42 2.78. chemical elements determination of children's toys (mercury, arsenic, selenium, antimony, barium, cadmium, chromium, lead)-each color 2 to 15.25 MB 24.72 4.45 29.17.-determination of water extract form the 15.26 5.31 0.96 6.27. determination of viscosity with "Brookfield" at kozimetr-15.27. related 5.54 1.00 6.54 chlorine polymer materials leak 1.57 0.29 1.86 15.28. , and determination of mazgātspēj frothing 3.04 0.54 3.58 15.29. determination of the melting point of zinc 4-5.41 0.98 6.39 15.30. hidroksibenzosulfonāt detection of 13.50 2.43 15.93 16. air investigations: 16.1 with the Spectrophotometric method (if not specified separately): 16.1.1. nitrogen dioxide 3.06 0.55 3.61 16.1.2. nitric acid 5.58 1.00 6.58 16.1.3. Acrolein 6.12 1.11 7.23 16.1.4. aluminum oxide 14.09 2.53 16.62 16.1.5. ammonia 4.21 0.76 4.97 16.1.6. aniline 4.67 0.85 5.52 16.1.7. acetone 16.1.8. petroleum spirit is 4.03 0.73 4.76 6.67 1.20 7.87 16.1.9. petrol 4.04 0.72 4.76

16.1.10. benzene 4.04 0.72 4.76 16.1.11. xylene toluene 9.18 1.65 10.83 9.18 1.65 10.83 16.1.12.16.1.13. boric acid anhydride 2.41 0.43 2.84 16.1.14. boric acid 2.41 0.43 2.84 16.1.15. butyl acetate 10.28 1.85 12.13 16.1.16. ethyl acetate 12.28 2.21 14.49 16.1.17.16.1.18. heksametilēndiamīn vanadium 2.41 0.43 2.84 5.71 1.03 6.74.16.1.19 hydrazine in the 16.1.20. in 16.1.21 2.30 0.42 2.72 dinil 7.10 1.28 8.38. dichloroethane 6.33 1.14 7.47.16.1.22 iron oxide izopropilbenzol of 16.1.24 16.1.23.4.23 0.77 5.00 4.63 0.83 5.46. cadmium oxide 16.1.25. kaprolaktām of 13.22 2.38 15.60
16.1.26. acrylonitrile 4.98 0.90 5.88 8.55 1.54 10.09.16.1.27 Silicon oxide 11.26 2.02 13.28 16.1.28. oil spray 16.1.29 5.83 1.05 6.88. manganese 13.39 2.41 15.80 16.1.30. copper oxide 16.1.31 metilakrilāt of 16.1.32 13.22 2.38 15.60.3.13 0.56 3.69. acetaldehyde 7.22 1.30 8.52 16.1.33. izopropilbenzol peroxide (hiperiz-hidroperoksīd). 16.1.34 methanol 16.1.35 3.21 0.58 3.79 7.78 1.40 9.18. primary Aliphatic amines 6.34 1.15 7.49 16.1.36. arsenic anhydride 6.49 1.17 7.66 16.1.37. arsēnskāb 16.1.38.16.1.39 naphthalene 2.69 0.49 3.18 6.49 1.17 7.66. water soluble nickel compounds 16.1.40. sulphur oxide 4.23 0.77 5.00 8.40 1.51 9.91.16.1.41 metallic nickel 16.1.42 8.40 1.51 9.91. ozone 11.92 2.14 14.06 16.1.43.16.1.44 pyridine 15.53 2.80 18.33. dust detection: 16.1.44.1. with weight method with quick method of 6.75 1.22 7.97 1.10 0.20 1.30.16.1.44.2.16.1.46.16.1.45 soot 6.23 1.12 7.35 lead Discovery (with the polarogrāfisk method) 6.67 1.21 7.88 16.1.47. sulphuric acid hydrogen sulphide 4.67 0.84 5.51 9.45 1.70 11.15 16.1.48.16.1.49.16.1.50. sulphuric acid anhydride 6.26 1.12 7.38 5.11 0.92 6.03 turpentine (16.1.51. metilmetakrilāt) 12.52 2.26 14.78 16.1.52. hydrochloric acid in isopropyl alcohol 16.1.54 16.1.53.11.92 2.14 14.06 12.79 2.30 15.09. styrene 16.1.55.3.45 0.62 4.07 mercurous chloride 16.1.56 5.58 1.01 6.59. antimony trioxide 5.92 1.07 6.99 16.1.57.16.1.58. toluiēndiizocianāt of the tetraethyl lead 16.1.59 7.03 1.26 8.29 9.53 1.72 11.25. acetic acid 16.1.60 3.51 0.63 4.14. phenol formaldehyde 3.75 0.68 4.43 16.1.61. and other aldehydes 16.1.62. phosphoric acid anhydride 7.38 1.33 8.71 3.16 0.57 3.73. phosphine 16.1.63 (phosphine) 5.45 0.98 6.43 16.1.64. formic acid 7.92 1.43 9.35 16.1.65. organophosphorous compounds 8.87
16.1.66.1.60 10.47 freon (fluorine and bromine-containing hydrocarbons). 16.1.67 ftalskāb anhydride 8.40 1.51 9.91 14.05 2.53 16.58 16.1.68. lead 12.60 2.26 14.86.16.1.70.16.1.69 hydrogen fluoride 6.80 1.22 8.02 chlorine chromium oxide 2.85 0.51 3.36 11.47 2.06 13.53 16.1.71.16.1.72.16.1.73. hromskāb anhydride 6.19 1.11 7.30 Chloroprene 6.62 1.19 7.81 16.1.74. hydrogen cyanide 16.1.75 cyclohexane 5.38 0.97 6.35.

zinc oxide 3.35 0.61 3.96 5.08 0.92 6.00 16.1.76.16.1.77.16.1.78 alkali sprays 8.05 1.45 9.50.16.1.79 epichlorohydrin 16.60 2.99 19.59. ethylene glycol ethylene oxide 3.59 0.64 4.23 4.20 0.76 4.96 16.1.80.16.1.81. kaptak (2-merkaptobenzotiazol) 16.1.82.7.24 1.31 8.55 Rosin 16.1.83 Tin 16.1.84 9.34 1.68 11.02. thiuram in 1.99 0.36 2.35 5.72 1.03 6.75.16.1.85. carbon monoxide carbon dioxide 3.97 0.71 4.68 16.1.86.16.1.87. etilmerkaptān to 16.1.88 8.30 1.49 9.79 12.50 2.26 14.76. mercury 15.46 2.78 18.24 16.2. with gas chromatography method 16.2.1. acetone: 6.25 1.12 7.37 16.2.2. toluene 6.35 1.15 7.50 16.2.3. benzene 6.33 1.14 7.47 16.2.4. ethyl acetate 5.99 1.08 7.07 16.2.5. cyclohexane 5.99 1.08 7.07 16.2.6. xylene (mixed isomers) 6.96 1.25 8.21 16.2.7. Ethylbenzene 6.14 1.11 7.25 16.2.8. butyl acetate 6.15 1.11 7.26 16.2.9. petroleum spirit of 4.20 0.76 4.96 16.2.10. chloroform 5.37 0.96 6.33 16.2.11. trichloroethane 3.72 0.67 4.39 16.2.12. dichloroethane 3.32 0.60 3.92 16.2.13. carbon tetrachloride to perchloroethylene 3.58 0.64 4.22 3.85 0.69 4.54 16.2.14.16.2.15. methanol of 5.55 4.04 0.73 4.77 16.2.16. isopropyl alcohol
16.2.17. a 16.2.18 1.00 6.55 butyl 6.14 1.11 7.25. hexane and other hydrocarbons 5.96 1.07 7.03 16.2.19. diesel 16.2.20 5.93 1.07 7.00. styrene 7.53 1.36 8.89 16.2.21. ethyl alcohol 16.2.22 6.14 1.11 7.25. solvents 6.48 1.16 7.64 16.2.23. determination by quick method for noise, 17 8.28 1.49 9.77 electric, magnetic and EMF measurements, vibration measurement: 17.1. the maximum sound pressure level, DB(a), the sound pressure of grade determination , DBA C 4.23 0.76 4.99 17.2. long term average sound level calculation equivalent to 17.3.6.04 1.09 7.13 continuous A-weighted sound level at one point, dB (A) 23.64 4.26 27.90 17.4. equivalent continuous A-weighted sound level in one room or area, dB A-weighted 90.99 16.38 107.37 17.5. A long-term average equivalent sound level at one point, dB A-weighted 30.15 5.43 35.58 10.9. A long-term average equivalent sound level in one room or area dB (A) 113.43 20.42 133.85 17.7, local vibration measurement: 17.7.1. vibroātrum measurement vibropaātrinājum measurement 17.86 3.21 21.07 17.7.2.17.86 3.21 21.07 11.1. vibration measurement technology: 17.8.1. vibroātrum measurement vibropaātrinājum measurement 17.86 3.21 21.07 17.8.2.17.86 3.21 21.07 11.1. transport, transport and technological vibration measurements: measurements vibroātrum 17.9.1.17.9.2. vibropaātrinājum measurements 28.04 5.05 33.09 28.04 5.05 33.09 17.10. vibration level or equivalent adjusted adjusted level-at one point 3.11 0.56 3.67 17.11.-electromagnetic field measurements for each pointer 6.85 1.23 8.08

17.12. the electromagnetic field measurement (monitors) 16.46 2.96 19.42 17.13. energy flow density measurements at work sites and populated areas 14.96 2.69 17.65 17.14. energy flow density measurements sonar, radar exposure zone 17.01 3.06 20.07 17.15. lighting measurements-for each indicator: 17.15.1. workplaces in rooms 17.15.2 4.29 0.77 5.06 (up to 20 m²) rooms 8.48 1.53 10.01 17.15.3 (20-50 m2) rooms 17.15.4 16.94 3.05 19.99 (50-100 m2) rooms 25.76 4.64 30.40 17.15.5 (over 100 m2) air 33.21 5.98 39.19 17.16. , surface, flat surface radiation temperature measurement of the average surface 3.29 0.59 3.88 17.17. radiation temperature 4.30 0.77 5.07 17.18. relative humidity, vapour pressure, dew point measurement of heat radiating 2.62 0.47 3.09 17.19., heat capacity measurement of irradiance variability 2.60 0.47 3.07 17.20. air flow rate measurement of air temperature 2.60 0.47 3.07 17.21. measuring 0.74 0.13 0.87 18. Cosmetic and hygiene products, studies : 18.1. the determination of the amount of heavy metals in the toothpaste. determination of glycerol 16.00 2.88 18.88 18.2 toothpaste 9.46 1.70 11.16 18.3. carbon dioxide calcium and carbon dioxide magnesium determination of mass fraction of SOAP distributed 5.18 0.94 6.12 18.4 fatty acid determination of pour point 6.21 1.11 7.32 18.5 parts by mass of sodium chloride in the determination of the fatty acid soaps 7.33 1.32 8.65 18.6. determination of mass fraction SOAP 17.75 3.20 20.95 11.6. determination of acid number cosmetic products. karbonilskaitļ detection of 4.98 0.90 5.88 12.8 11.7. pH determination 5.69 1.03 6.72 cosmetic products with a liquid consistency 18.10.1.55 0.28 1.83 pH determination for cosmetic products with a thick consistency 18.11. pH determination 2.49 0.45 2.94 cosmetic products-water-in-oil emulsions 3.62 0.65 4.27 18.12. determination of emulsion stability cosmetics 3.94 0.70 4.64 18.13. determination of termostabilitāt cosmetics 5.89 1.06 6.95 18.14. free and associated alkaline detection in cosmetic creams 9.29 1.67 10.96 18.15. total NaOH and Na2CO3 (translating to Na2O) soaps 12.75 2.29 15.04 18.16. water and determination of volatile substances in cosmetic creams; the dry residue of shampoos 4.09 0.74 4.83 18.17. compactness detection of powdery and other compact for the decorative cosmetics 1.98 0.36 2.34 18.18. transparency in the determination of smaržūdeņ in Cologne, 2.31 0.42 2.73 18.19. chloride mass fraction detection shampoos 4.80 0.86 5.66 18.20. mass fraction of fragrance Cologne, smaržūdeņ the determination of the DP 300 5.38 0.97 6.35 18.21. irgazān, triklisān determination deodorants 8.90 1.60 10.50 18.22. determination of preservatives-for every pointer anjonaktīv 18.23. substances 10.89 1.96 12.85 mass determination 56.48 10.17 66.65 18.24. determination of the mass of water with Dina-Stark method determination formaldehyde 37.33 6.72 44.05 18.25. shampoos 14.05 2.53 16.58 18.26. surface active substance detection 15.10 2.72 17.82 18.27. determination of fluorine ion in toothpastes 10.35 1.86 12.21 18.28. determination of polyphenols 7.54 1.35 8.89 18.29. water and volatile substances determination of cosmetics creams 17.06 3.07 20.13 18.30. determination of the coefficient of refraction 18.31. determination of density 5.32 0.96 6.28 1.78 0.32 2.10 18.32. not jonogēn surface active substance detection 4.38 0.78 5.16 18.33. sample preparation cosmetic studies 3.17 0.57 3.74 18.34. the hydrogen peroxide in cosmetic products 6.95 1.25 8.20 18.35. benzoic acid, 4-Hydroxybenzoic acid, salicylic acid, sorbinskāb, propilskāb in cosmetic products of 35.67 6.42 42.09 18.36. benzoic acid, 4-Hydroxybenzoic acid, salicylic acid, sorbinskāb, propilskāb determination of cosmetic products for each 17.04 3.07 20.11 18.37.2-phenoxyethanol, 1-fenoksipropanol-2, methyl 4-hydroxybenzoate, ethyl 4-hydroxybenzoate, propyl 4-hydroxybenzoate, butyl 4-hydroxybenzoate in cosmetic products 28.40 5.12 33.52 18.38.2-phenoxyethanol, 1-fenoksipropanol-2, methyl 4-hydroxybenzoate, ethyl 4-hydroxybenzoate, propyl 4-hydroxybenzoate, butyl 4-hydroxybenzoate in cosmetic products for each 15.07 2.72 17.79 18.39. methanol to ethanol or isopropanol 10.78 1.95 12.73 18.40. determination of benzyl alcohol in the instrumental 11.49 2.07 13.56 19. chemical analysis: 19.1. toxic element analysis: 19.1.1. determination of cadmium, lead, copper, zinc, manganese, sodium, and other elements (the atomabsorbciometrij method)-on one element in the determination of the arsenic 16.72 3.01 19.73 19.1.2. (the atomabsorbciometrij method) 18.80 3.38 22.18 19.1.3. mercury determination (the atomabsorbciometrij method), the determination of pesticides 18.80 3.38 22.18 19.2. 19.2.1. chloro-pesticides: Discovery (with gas chromatography method) 37.32 6.72 44.04 19.2.2. determination of Dithiocarbamates Group (with gas chromatography method) detection of pesticides 49.37 8.89 58.26 19.2.3. (with AEŠH-MS-MS method) 81.62 14.69 96.31 organophosphorus pesticides 19.2.4. Discovery (with gas chromatography method) 32.59 5.87 38.46 19.2.5. PCBs (with gas chromatography method) detection of pesticides 37.32 6.72 44.04 19.2.6. (with GC-MS method) 19.2.7. determination of pyrethroid 76.05 13.69 89.74 (with gas chromatography method) detection of mycotoxins 44.29 7.97 52.26 19.3. analysis : 19.3.1. aflatoxin B1, B2, G1 and G2 (with liquid chromatographic method) 46.14 8.31 54.45 19.3.2. determination of aflatoxin M1 42.09 7.58 49.67 19.3.3. determination of Ochratoxin A 19.3.4 45.83 8.25 54.08. dezoksivalenol, T2 toxins and zearolenon discovery 45.83 8.25 54.08 19.4. determination of residues of the veterinary medicinal product analysis: 19.4.1. determination of chloramphenicol (ELISA method) 29.26 5.27 34.53 19.4.2. determination of chloramphenicol (with mass spectrometry method) 52.92 9.53 62.45 19.4.3. determination of stilbene Group (with GC-MS method) 81.06 14.59 95.65 19.4.4. thyreostatics (with AEŠH-MS-MS method) 53.96 9.71 63.67 19.4.5. steroid Group (with GC-MS method) 81.06 14.59 95.65 19.4.6. determination of zeranol (with GC-MS method) 81.06 14.59 95.65 19.4.7. Group of beta-agonists connection detection (ELISA method) 77.68 13.98 91.66 19.4.8. Group of beta-agonists connection detection (with mass spectrometry method) 81.06 14.59 95.65 19.4.9 nitroimidazole group. connection detection (GC-MS) of nitrofurans metabolites 75.20 13.54 88.74 19.4.10. (AOZ , AMOZ, SAM, AHD) Discovery (with AEŠH-MS-MS method) 91.39 16.45 107.84 19.4.11. coccidiostats Discovery (with AEŠH-MS-MS method) 60.50 10.89 71.39 19.4.12.

determination of sulphanilamide Group (with AEŠH-MS-MS method) 19.4.13. determination of 42.51 7.65 50.16 fenilbutazon (with GC-MS method) 19.4.14. determination of levamizol 52.68 9.48 62.16 (with GC-MS method) 19.4.15 ivermectin and abamectin 45.84 8.25 54.09. Discovery (with liquid chromatographic method) 19.4.16. determination of 41.52 7.47 48.99 fenbendazole (HPLC method) 19.4.17 40.62 7.31 47.93. determination of Streptomycin (ELISA method) 45.83 8.25 54.08 19.4.18. determination of tetracyclines (ELISA method) 45.83 8.25 54.08 19.4.19. determination of tetracyclines (HPLC method) penicillin 78.43 14.12 92.55 19.4.20. the determination of the Group (with AEŠH) 19.4.21 46.80 8.42 55.22. determination of azaperone (GC-MS method with) another 19.5 53.24 9.58 62.82 chemical indicators: 19.5.1. preservatives (benzoic acid, sorbic acid), Discovery (with liquid chromatographic method) 22.93 4.13 27.06 19.5.2. benzo (a) pyrene Discovery (with GC-MS method), the determination of the fatty acid 52.14 9.39 61.53 19.5.3. (with gas chromatography method) 33.38 6.01 39.39 19.5.4. determination of histamine (the fluorometrij method), 12.15 2.19 14.34 19.5.5. identification of the substance (with mass spectrometry method) 32.50 5.85 38.35 19.5.6. determination of cholesterol (with Gas chromatographic method)
19.5.7 31.66 5.70 37.36. carbohydrates (glucose, fructose and sucrose) Discovery (with liquid chromatographic method) 19.5.8 19.08 3.43 22.51. determination of caffeine 15.60 2.81 18.41 19.5.9. determination of tannin content of citric acid determination 5.02 0.90 5.92 19.5.10. beverages 9.92 1.79 11.71 19.5.11. determination of aspartam foods 9.37 1.68 11.05 19.5.12. determination of saccharin in foods 19.5.13. saccharin, Acesulfame 8.58 1.54 10.12 discovery beverages 7.11 1.28 8.39 19.5.14. determination of cyclamic acid foods 16.01 2.88 18.89 19.5.15. determination of cyclamic acid beverages 12.12 2.19 14.31 19.5.16. baking fat "fries" investigation: 19.5.16.1. qualitative 19.5.16.2 quantitative 7.60 1.37 8.97 1.58 0.29 1.87.19.5.17. meat and fish culinary products of the heat treatment stage determination 3.52 0.64 4.16 19.5.18. determination of vitamin C 19.5.19 3.47 0.63 4.10. styrene in butter 19.5.20. determination of borak 7.65 1.38 9.03 6.23 1.12 7.35.19.5.21 phosphorus-containing substances determination in vegetable oils 19.5.22 8.95 1.61 10.56. antioxidant BHA, BHT, the determination of ethyl alcohol 19.5.23 20.75 3.73 24.48. determination of the weight of the products processed from fruit and vegetables juice, biezeņo, and other products (GH) 19.5.24. determination of ethyl alcohol 15.20 2.74 17.94 beer 6.09 1.09 7.18. determination of extractive 19.5.25 beer 19.5.26. determination of color 4.85 0.87 5.72 beer 5.43 0.98 6.41 19.5.27. propilgallāt detection of vegetable oils and fats 19.5.28 5.63 1.01 6.64. determination of tea extractive 6.87 1.23 8.10.19.5.29 viscosity 19.5.30 27.22 4.90 32.12. sodium chloride content in sodium salt 19.5.31 21.24 3.83 25.07. substances insoluble salt 6.42 1.16 7.58 19.5.32. degree of grinding emulsion stability of 3.25 0.59 3.84 19.5.33.
19.5.34. determination of solubility 3.24 0.58 3.82 3.24 0.58 3.82. n-nitrosamines 19.5.35 determination in beer 19.5.36 21.47 3.86 25.33. n-nitrosamines in food detection 19.5.37. determination of acetic acid 26.27 4.72 30.99 6.67 1.20 7.87 19.5.38. determination of formic acid 19.5.39 6.70 1.20 7.90. titre determination of fat 5.30 0.96 6.26 19.5.40. total digestion of carbonate or bicarbonate 6.71 1.21 7.92.19.5.41 detection of fine 19.5.42 the retention ability of the 3.44 0.62 4.06. baking powder 19.5.43 in 1.99 0.36 2.35. determination of optical density 0.92 0.17 1.09 19.5.44. determination of the mass of iodine in foodstuffs 8.95
1.61 10.56 20. Food and feedingstuffs studies: radiological * 20.1. gamma radiant radionuclide (134C, 137Cs, 131i, 103R, 106R) Discovery (with gamma spectrometry method) 12.00 2.16 14.16 20.2. radionuclide determination of 89Sr and 90Sr (with radioķīmij methods) 17.50 3.15 20.65 20.3. Alpha radiant radionuclide (238P, 239P, 241) with (Alpha spectrometry method) 12.00 2.16 14.16 21. Food, beverages, hygienic sanitary-microbiological examinations * : 21.1. antibacterial substance residues in meat (muscle, kidney) 14.70 2.65 17.35 21.2. detection of Bacillus cereus bacteria population 19.53 3.52 23.05 21.3. (MAFA) determination. determination of bifid 5.96 1.07 7.03 21.4 21.5 11.18 2.01 13.19. Clostridium perfringens count 23.20 4.18 27.38 21.6. Esherichi coli detection on ISO 7251 8.00 1.44 9.44 21.7. Esherichi coli identification in accordance with ISO 16649:1 Esherichi 28.72 5.17 33.89 21.8. coli detection in accordance with ISO 16649:9.02 1.62 10.64 13.6.2 Enterobacteriaceae count enterococci 10.11 1.82 11.93 21.10. detection of Campylobacter jejuni 7.29 1.31 8.60 21.11.30.81 5.55 36.36 21.12. determination of coagulase-positive staphylococci including Staphylococcus aureus detection 10.52 1.89 12.41 21.13. coliforms (intestinal bacteria of the Group stick) 21.14 3.52 0.63 4.15. coliform count 6.13 1.10 7.23 21.15. establishment of 19.40 3.49 22.89 Listeria monocytogenes. Listeria monocytogenes 21.16 (quick method) 33.40 6.01 39.41 21.17. detection of Listeria monocytogenes (number) 21.18. lactic acid bacteria 16.98 3.06 20.04 discovery 8.58 1.54 10.12 21.19. Proteus spp. Discovery 4.49 0.81 5.30 21.20. determination of Pseudomonas aeruginosa 6.47 1.16 7.63 21.21. yeast and mold count 4.95 0.89 5.84 21.22. Salmonella spp. Discovery (quick method) 21.23.46.80 8.42 55.22 Salmonella spp. discovery of the genus 16.24 2.92 19.16 21.24. Shigella bacteria detection of klostrīdij sulfītreducējoš 18.25 3.29 21.54 21.25. detection of Vibrio parahaemolyticus 5.46 0.98 6.44 26. determination of 34.28 6.17 40.45 21.27. (Delvotes) inhibiting substance cannot detect milk 5.58 1.00 6.58 21.28. somatic cell count in milk (reference method) 5.45 0.98 6.43 21.29. canning: 21.29.1. the study aerobic microbial detection 7.93 1.43 9.36. anaerobic microflora 21.29.2 discovery 21.29.3 11.53 2.08 13.61. determination of the industrial sterility 19.85 3.57 23.42 22. microbiological examination of water 22.1. the total number of bacteria: Discovery (MAFA), 4.94 0.89 5.83 22.2. E. coli detection 8.03 1.45 9.48 22.3. faecal streptococci detection of coliform bacteria 8.84 1.59 10.43 22.4. Discovery 8.03 1.45 9.48 22.5. determination of Pseudomonas aeruginosa 6.47 1.16 7.63 22.6. Salmonella spp. determination of klostrīdij sulfītreducējoš 13.33 2.40 15.73 14.1. determination of 7.52 1.35 8.87 22.8. E. coli and coliform bacteria detection 8.53 1.54 10.07 23. nomazgājum surface analysis/studies: 23.1. determination of total bacteria (MAFA) 23.2. identification of enterococci 3.61 0.65 4.26 3.74 0.67 4.41 23.3. mold detection of Salmonella spp. 4.56 0.82 5.38 23.4. 16.57 2.98 19.55 14.6. determination of Staphylococcus aureus detection 4.71 0.85 5.56 14.7. intestinal bacteria of the Group stick determination of Enterobacteriaceae bacteria 3.38 0.61 3.99 23.7. determination of total and on surfaces with kontaktplaš method and Enterobacteriaceae bacteria 1.70 0.31 2.01 14.8. total number of detection on surfaces (the kontaktplaš method)-dubultkomplekt of air microbiological 3.21 0.58 3.79 24. study of the extensive preparation of 2.70 0.49 3.19 24.1.24.2. determination of total bacteria (MAFA) 2.47 0.44 2.91 24.3. yeast the mold detection 24.4. the staphylococci 2.90 0.52 3.42 2.30 0.41 2.71 25. Food sensory evaluation sensory evaluation: 25.1. Commission of experts for three and more persons (fresh or frozen meat and fish)-vienaparaug price 15.60 2.81 18.41 25.2. more than four sample sensory evaluation Expert Commission for three and more persons (fresh or frozen meat and fish)-one price of 11.70 2.11 13.81 25.3. sensor Evaluation Expert Commission for three and more lift when (other products)-one price of 7.80 1.40
9.20 25.4. more than four sample sensory evaluation Expert Commission for three and more persons (other products)-one price of 5.20 0.94 6.14 25.5. fresh and frozen meat and fish sensory evaluation (descriptive) 4.68 0.84 5.52 15.9. sensory evaluation of other products (descriptive) 26. Clinical Medical 3.25 0.59 3.84 studies: 26.1. microbiological tests: 26.1.1. investigation: enterobacteriaceae (Crystal and ID testsistēm-E 32 code 042 044, 045, 046), 9.76 9.76 26.1.2. for meningococcal (API-code testsistēm, 106 036) 26.1.3. korinebaktērij to 10.65 10.65 (API testsistēm-code 109) to staphylococci 26.1.4 10.05 10.05 (ID 32 Staph testsistēm code 048, 050) 6.20 6.20 26.1.5. clinical investigation on microbial materials (Crystal and ID code 042 testsistēm, 044, 046, 050, 057, 080, 081) culture of fagotipēšan 11.92 11.92 26.1.6.30.88 30.88 26.1.7. investigation on code-056 disbioz , 057, 058, 060, 062, 063, 080 26.11 26.11 26.1.8. a micro-organism sensitivity to antibiotic substances (disk method-code 004) 6.67 6.67 26.1.9. a micro-organism sensitivity to antibiotic substances (ATB-code 008) 8.90 8.90 26.1.10. bactericidal activity of disinfectants with microbial groups (code 141) 26.1.11. investigation to 12.99 12.99 Bordetella (Crystal testsistēm code 107) 26.1.12. investigation on 10.37 10.37 jersīnij (Crystal testsistēm code 044 26.1.13, 045, 091 9.42 9.42).

investigation on Streptococcus (Strep and 32 API Strep ID code 058) 26.1.14. investigation on 10.41 10.41 mushrooms (ID-153 C, 078, 161) study on typhoid 7.94 7.94 26.1.15., shigellosis and salmonellosis bacteria carrying (Crystal and ID 32 E testsistēm code 042). study on 26.1.16 4.69 4.69 s. aureus bacteria carrying (ID 32 Staph testsistēm code-048, 050) to kampilobaktērij 26.1.17 2.77 2.77. study (API Camp code 063 26.1.18. šigell, 065) 15.24 15.24 serotypes, serogrup 26.1.19. šigell detection of 20.77 3.74 24.51 biochemical determination of the type 26.1.20. meningococcal 2.59 0.46 3.05 serogrup the determination of the Bordetella type 19.67 3.54 23.21.26.1.21 detection of biochemical 26.1.22. korinebaktērij 21.57 3.88 25.45 type determination of toksigēn 26.1.23. korinebaktērij 2.97 0.54 3.51 properties Discovery (Alec test) 26.1.24 korinebaktērij in toksigēn of 30.34 5.46 35.80. gene detection with PCR 41.59 7.49 49.08 26.1.25 in the Golden staphylococci Methicillin. PBP2 (mecAgēn) Latex Agglutination in the determination 32.28 5.81 38.09 26.2. environmental microbiological studies : 26.2.1. bathing water (open water sources) (LVS EN ISO standards): 26.2.1.1. coliform 7.73 1.39 9.12 26.2.1.2. termotolerant e. coli and coliforms, enterococci 26.2.1.4 26.2.1.3 6.77 1.22 7.99.9.24 1.66 10.90.26.2.2 11.30 2.04 13.34 salmonella. air: 26.2.2.1. the total microbial count of staphylococci 3.14 0.56 3.70 26.2.2.2.5.21 0.93 6.14 26.2.2.3. moulds, yeasts 3.77 0.68 4.45 26.2.3. surgical material to sterility (NT-001-am-01-99)-microbial plating : 26.2.3.1. surgical material and sterile solution of 6.97 1.26 8.23 26.2.3.2. ketgut investigation and investigation of other material 4.20 0.75 4.95 26.3. neutralization reaction to animals botulotoksīn discovery 15.30 2.76 18.06 26.4. cosmetics (FDA's Bacteriological analytical manual AOAC): 26.4.1. total microbial count 3.96 0.71 4.67 26.4.2. Enterobacteriaceae, Staphylococcus 5.36 0.96 6.32 26.4.4 12.86 2.32 15.18 26.4.3. the 5.14 0.92 6.06 26.4.5. pseidomon. and pelējumsēn of yeast (Candida albicans) 26.5. serological studies 3.66 0.65 4.31 : 26.5.1. agglutination test (code 18) 1.95 1.95 26.5.2. indirect haemagglutination reaction (Code 19, 23) IgG Elisa 4.62 4.62 26.5.3. (code 16) 5.86 5.86 26.5.4. IgM Elisa (code 16) 5.26 5.26 26.5.5. indirect imūnfluorescenc reactions (NFI) 9.56 9.56 16.5. parasitological studies: 26.6.1. investigation of the droppings on the parasitic worms 3.07 3.07 26.6.2. water investigation on parasitic worm eggs 7.96 1.44 9.40 26.6.3. soil investigation on the parasitic worm eggs 6.60 1.19 7.79 26.6.4. scrape the investigation on parasitic worms 1.45 0.26
1.71 26.7. particularly dangerous infections study: 26.7.1. cholera and other Vibrio cholerae (NT-001-DM-03-2000)-microbiological inoculum (code 004, 020, 021, 047, 079, 144) 9.21 9.21 26.7.2. Anthrax-microbial plating and bioprov (code 144, 148) 10.62 10.62 26.7.3. tularemia-microbiological culture and bioprov (code 002, 004, 078) 11.98 11.98 26.7.4. leptospirosis-antibodies by agglutination reaction (code 004, 078, 134, 148) 13.03 13.03 26.7.5. listeriosis (NT-001-DM-01-1999)-microbial plating , agglutination test (code 061, 062, 125, 143) 9.89 9.89 26.7.6. infectious Mono after all (agglutination reaction) 26.7.7. legioneloz-4.73 4.73 microbial plating (code 121, 143, 144) 27. other laboratory 10.34 10.34 services provided: 27.1. fish production certification (conformity assessment at the initiative of the person certified): 27.1.1. consideration of the application and registration of a product identification 5.00 0.90 5.90 27.1.2. (per batch) 10.00 1.80 11.80 27.1.3. test program development (one sample) 2.00 0.36 2.36 27.1.4. company's plant and laboratory evaluation of conformity : 27.1.4.1. the company submitted material analysis, inspection and approval of the Commission of 27.1.4.2 20.00 3.60 23.60. plant and laboratory evaluation of conformity (one expert per day) 30.00 5.40 35.40 27.1.4.3. test results and analysis of the design of the 27.1.4.4. production testing 15.00 2.70 17.70 results, the company's production and laboratory examination of conformity assessment materials and decide on the issue of the certificate of conformity 27.1.4.5 conformity or 20.00 3.60 23.60. hygiene certificate design and issue of certificate of conformity 15.00 2.70 17.70 27.1.4.6. contract of use design data 27.1.4.7 10.00 1.80 11.80. inclusion in the register, the register of certification maintenance 20.00 3.60 23.60 27.1.4.8. for each type of product manufactured, which is included in the certificate of conformity 27.1.4.9 10.00 1.80 11.80. surveillance-one expert one day 30.00 5.40 35.40 27.1.5. certificate of conformity to design and issue-one for the production batch importing 10.00 1.80 11.80 27.1.6. manufacturer's Declaration, inspection and examination of the inclusion in the register of certificates of conformity 75.00 13.50 88.50 27.1.7. translation in Russian or another language, and the translation validation : 27.1.7.1. a single copy of 10.00 1.80 11.80 27.1.7.2. for each subsequent copy 3.00 0.54 3.54 27.2. sterilization (autoclave) siltumlauk the verification 100.00 18.00 118.00 27.3. interlaboratory comparative test data processing: 27.3.1. to three indicators 7.50 1.35 8.85 27.3.2. for each next pointer 2.50 0.45 2.95 27.4. milk samples for calibration of equipment (one tube-40 ml): 27.4.1. A1, B1, C – samples of known chemical composition of 0.85 0.15 1.00 27.4.2. (A) B-samples, with a certain chemical composition and somatic cell count of samples with known 1.10 0.20 1.30 27.4.3. a somatic cell count of Stein laboratories (Denmark)-CELL-1, 2, 3. laboratory dish 3.10 0.56 3.66 27.5 and sterilization of instruments (per packing unit) 0.50 0.09 0.59 17.1. sterile materials sampling: 27.6.1. test tube surface prepared sampling nomazgājum 0.15 0.03 0.18 27.6.2. the sterile bag sampling (volume up to 1000 ml) 0.15 0.03 0.18 27.6.3. sterile sampling bag (capacity exceeding 1000 ml)
0.20 0.04 0.24 27.7. culture of micro-organisms for diagnostic studies. the identification of culture 11.20 2.02 13.22 17.3 17.3 8.93 1.61 10.54. feed microbiological control 6.22 1.12 7.34 27.10. automatic pipettes calibration 3.00 0.54 3.54 27.11. nutrition calculation and design of one kind of product test reports of 5.50 0.99 6.49 27.12.0.50 0.09 0.59 27.13. English design or Russian translated the test report the reverse osmosis 2.50 0.45 2.95 27.14. water-purification of laboratory quality (94-97% of ions , more than 99%) of micro-organisms-0.30 0.05 0.35 liter deionized water-27.15. analytical quality (18.2 M Ω)-vienslitr in carcases 0.90 0.16 1.06 27.16. destruction-per kilogram 0.50 0.09 0.59 27.17. laboratory mice: 27.17.1. up to 25 g, 0.80 0.14 0.94 27.17.2. experiments over 25 grams, non-standard 0.35 0.06 0.41 27.18. sample preparation for dispatch to overseas laboratories 28.45 5.12 33.57 URPiezīme.* examination of the laboratory does not include the cost of sampling and testing report design pricing it separately in a subgroup of discount services laboratory services 28. food and veterinary service of the National Center of the laboratory Diagnostics grant such discounts in their labs conducted laboratory examinations: 28.1. Group I and II invalids, politically repressed persons for clinical examination of samples, as well as studies from their property in the backyard and individual farms-10%;

28.2. the legal persons of enterprise in the framework of self-control the examination conducted, a co-operation agreement: 28.2.1. the amount from 300 to 499 lats (VAT Excl.)-3% of the amount from 500 28.2.2. up to 999 lats (VAT Excl.)-5% of the amount from 1000 28.2.3. up to 1999 lats (VAT Excl.)-10% of the amount from the 2000 28.2.4. lats and more (without VAT)-15% 28.3. water microbiological and chemical study package (indicators-e. coli , coliform bacteria, ammonia and ammonium ion, electrical conductivity, pH, turbidity, taste and odour, colour and aluminium)-10% II. other paid services 29. Company (object) survey of different receipt or restrictions (at the customer's written request): the company's 18.1. Monitoring Officer (expert) one hour costs ($/HR) (not including transportation and hotel costs) 7.50 1.35 8.85 29.2. transport costs ($/km) 0.17 0.03 0.20 30. Veterinary supervision involved in the movement document form distribution : 30.1. health certificate-certificate 0.30 0.05 0.35 30.2. dogs, cats vaccination certificate-certificate 0.35 0.06 0.41 30.3. inspection certificate-certificate 0.30 0.05 0.35 medicine request form 18.9. Kit-10 complex 0.30 0.05 0.35 30.5. veterinary prescription to them form set-10 complex them animal healing 0.30 0.05 0.35 19.0. feed request form set-10 kits 0.65 0.12 0.77 19.1.

log in (for example, kautprodukt of the veterinary inspection of animal adoption journal, and journal of the ante-mortem inspection), if the number of pages does not exceed 50 (including)-about one journal 3.00 0.54 3.54 19.1. log (for example, kautprodukt of the veterinary inspection of animal adoption journal, and journal of the ante-mortem inspection)-51 page and more-for one journal 5.00 0.90 5.90 19.2. home (room) the animal passport (pet passport)-0.35 0.06 0.41 per Passport 31. Information material in veterinary medicine and food chain-on page 32. copying 0.10 0.02 0.12 : 32.1. A4 format (about one page) 0.13 0.02 0.15 32.2. A3 format (about one page) 33. Equipment, 0.17 0.03 0.20 equipment rental (such as audio and video equipment, overhead projector, overhead projector)-about one hour 0.50 0.09 0.59 34. Seminars, training and tutorials: 34.1. seminars on professional competence existing tions-asked by customer request: 34.1.1. the premises of Government-about one hour 2.00 0.36 2.36 34.1.2. customer premises-for one hour of laboratory testing 1.00 0.18 1.18 34.1.3. methods of 4.43 1.80 5.23 21.3. individual practice sessions for laboratory test methods and quality assurance-7.60 1.37 8.97 21.3 at the customer's request. consultation, including food hygiene and animal welfare issues, projects and technical documentation examination regulations – for one hour 35 15.00 2.70 17.70. Transport costs ($/km) 0.17 0.03 0.20 36. Opinion on measurement and test results and recommendations for further action in the preparation of 2.50 0.45 2.95 37. cargo total or partial unloading and loading-for every tonne of 3.50 0.63 4.13 38. recognition of the company's production for export to Russia-about the Minister of Agriculture vienustund 40.00 7.20 47.20 m. rose